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IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000046726D
Original Publication Date: 1983-Aug-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-07

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Laczko, L [+details]


Fig. 1 shows an integrator network in which the discharge current always equals the charge current so that the output triangle is always proportional to the input. Fig. 2 shows the waveforms at the indicated points in Fig. 1. The operation is as follows: The input signal 1 and the delayed and attenuated signal 2 are combined by the difference amplifier to produce output signal 3 which drives the integrator consisting of an RC network. At T0 time, a +1 volt applied to the integrator charges the capacitor to +0.63 volt. At 1TC time, the amplifier output switches to -0.37 volt level, creating a 1 volt discharge potential (same as the COMPENSATED INTEGRATOR - Continued charge potential).